Chris Lawhorn | In Search of the Grass

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In Search of the Grass

by Chris Lawhorn

The same four tracks recorded three different ways--with electronics, then acoustic instruments, and lastly with found objects.
Genre: Avant Garde: Experimental
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3. 1.3
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
It's a concept album that's supposed to be about the differences between modern man and natural man.

With regard to structure, each of the four tracks were recorded thrice: once with computers and electronics, once with acoustic instruments, and once with rubber bands and glasses of water.

Having said that, it probably won't fundamentally change the way you see the world or listen to music.

If there's something compelling about the record, it probably isn't the insights you'll find on it.

But, it does capture fairly well what it's like to be 20 years old and feel like you've stumbled onto ideas no human has had before.

It's crazy, of course. But, it sounds more or less like what it is: a record of that period when all the music and books and late night chatting that make up college life start to converge into one big idea.

To that end, the album is presumptuous, idealistic, naive...pretty much what you'd expect.

But, if that sounds interesting, you're welcome to check it out.

Thanks either way.


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